Out to lunch at the fellowship hall


The Lenten lunch menu Wednesday at the Wilmington United Methodist Church consisted of a big portion of orange glazed chicken, a scoop of rice pilaf, a serving of green bean casserole, plus dessert and a drink. Four more Wednesday Lenten lunches remain before Easter arrives on the last Sunday in March. Stationed behind the kitchen’s serving window and filling plates for those who ate in the fellowship hall are, from left, Lorry Swindler and Janice Bryant.


The Lenten lunch menu Wednesday at the Wilmington United Methodist Church consisted of a big portion of orange glazed chicken, a scoop of rice pilaf, a serving of green bean casserole, plus dessert and a drink. Four more Wednesday Lenten lunches remain before Easter arrives on the last Sunday in March. Stationed behind the kitchen’s serving window and filling plates for those who ate in the fellowship hall are, from left, Lorry Swindler and Janice Bryant.

The Lenten lunch menu Wednesday at the Wilmington United Methodist Church consisted of a big portion of orange glazed chicken, a scoop of rice pilaf, a serving of green bean casserole, plus dessert and a drink. Four more Wednesday Lenten lunches remain before Easter arrives on the last Sunday in March. Stationed behind the kitchen’s serving window and filling plates for those who ate in the fellowship hall are, from left, Lorry Swindler and Janice Bryant.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_lenten_lunch_f.jpgThe Lenten lunch menu Wednesday at the Wilmington United Methodist Church consisted of a big portion of orange glazed chicken, a scoop of rice pilaf, a serving of green bean casserole, plus dessert and a drink. Four more Wednesday Lenten lunches remain before Easter arrives on the last Sunday in March. Stationed behind the kitchen’s serving window and filling plates for those who ate in the fellowship hall are, from left, Lorry Swindler and Janice Bryant.
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